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Old 07-08-2013, 01:49 AM   #11
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Do you have any idea what the grain bill would look like for an all grain batch?
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:17 PM   #12
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Hello Eatwake:

Would come to approx. this:
[Grains]

Two-row (US) 8.000lb Grain
Corn Sugar 1.000lb Sugar
Caramel Wheat Malt 1.000lb Grain
Flaked Oats 0.500lb Adjunct
Flaked Wheat 0.500lb Adjunct

[Hops]
Citra 0.50oz 13.9% AA Pellet @ 45 min, 19 IBU
Citra 0.50oz 13.9% AA Pellet @ 10 min, 7 IBU


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Old 07-09-2013, 11:17 PM   #13
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Thx!!
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Old 11-18-2013, 01:37 AM   #14
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What is the boil times. For the remaining ingredients?
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What is the boil times. For the remaining ingredients?
For the grains; 60 min at 156f. Hops are mentioned and the mango is dry hop. Let me know if I can assist more.
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I'm new to brewing beer and this Mango is my 2nd attempt. Being new to the art of brewing and trying to make out the lingo and instructions given I'm hoping that I did not mess up and if so wondering if It can be salvaged.
First could there possibly be a conflict in the instructions on post 1 and post 3?
Specifically about when to add the mangoes and when to filter out etc,.
I basically have done what was listed in Post 3 where 5 days after the brew we put in the mangoes into the original carboy and planned on letting the mangoes sit for 5 additional days where we would then siphon and filter into another carboy and let sit for an additional 10 days.
To me, it looked like post 1 does not have the same directions. Can anyone help me clarify this, if what we have done is incorrect?
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Phil,

First of all, excuses for the late reply
Second; sorry for the confusion.
I had the beer in first fermenter, after 5 days added the mango and had it sit for 5 more days, then transferred to secondary for 10 days.


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Okay thanks for that. Drinking it now. Ha.
Did exactly what you outlined in your last post.
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Drinking and enjoying it can be 2 different things!! Hope it is a tasty one!


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Drinking and enjoying it. Ha
Had a couple over and we filled the 2liter growler several times.
I think I needed more ripe mangoes as the mangle flavor did not stand out as much as I thought it would. Thanks for sharing your recipe.


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